Along the beaches in Jensen, pompano, bluefish and Spanish mackerel have been hitting on Fish Bites.
In the Indian River, the big king tides of the last few months really pushed a lot of good clean water in and the trout, bonefish, jacks, ladyfish, pompano and snook fishing has been good using small jigs and hair jigs.
Be advised that snook season is closed.
In the Jupiter area, fishing for Spanish mackerel, bluefish and ladyfish has been good along the beaches near the pier and north of Blowing Rocks using 1.5 ounce spoons.
The Loxahatchee River and Intracoastal Waterway have been excellent for snook, jacks, trout, redfish, black drum and croakers using live shrimp with a jig.
In the central and south areas of Palm Beach County, permit and pompano have running along the beach from Sloan’s Curve south to Delray Beach. They have been hitting on sand fleas, goofy jigs and sand flea flies.
The water level has been good and fish are moving off the main lake toward the spawning areas. Though artificial lure bites are a bit slow, live bait fishing has been excellent. Crappie are also beginning to bite.